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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET Town Property Address <br /> LEXINGTON 11 PERCY ROAD <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION Area(s) Form No. <br /> MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES BUILDING <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD 490 <br /> BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02125 <br /> HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE(continued): <br /> surrounding them also in marble. Clothes presses and delightfully roomy closets are fixtures of the house,while <br /> on the third floor there is a spacious billiard hall, a pleasant studio and quarters for the servants. The space on <br /> the second floor affords fine spacious sleeping apartments, with the several baths and dressing room already <br /> mentioned. All of the finishings of the house, -the electric light fixtures,the door knobs, and fastenings,the <br /> plumbing and other hardware appliances are all the best of their kind, and handsome in design. The house is <br /> situated well up, on a side hill, from the Main street, and is approached by a winding driveway, although retired <br /> is yet at the same time conveniently located, and placed so that it is an ornament to the street and locality which it <br /> graces. <br /> BIBLIOGRAPHY: <br /> Lexington Minute-man,May 18, 1894. <br /> Supplement prepared by: <br /> Lisa Mausolf <br /> March 2009 <br />